How to use SORA FORTE therapeutic shampoo
How to treat head lice?
A case of head lice must be regarded as a problem for the whole family, not just one individual member. Treatment should involve all family members and others who are in close contact with the affected child. To make sure that parasites have been completely eliminated, it is best to carry out treatment with the product on all family members (with the exception of pets; animals are not subject to infestation from human lice).
Following treatment, all bedding and linen should be washed at a temperature over 60 degrees Celsius. Thanks to this, the lice and nits will die and you won’t have to worry about recurrence of the infestation.
Other items, such as brushes and combs, should be boiled for at least 5 minutes or discarded in favor of new ones.
Items that cannot be boiled or washed (such as plush toys or blankets) should be sealed tightly in plastic bags and put aside for 12-14 days (the incubation period for the nits – the mature lice die after a few days once deprived of access to a host). Places that could serve as hiding places for insects, such as couches, mattresses, and upholstered furniture, need to be vacuumed very carefully. Even after treatment, it is necessary to inspect the heads of children and other family members regularly for 10 days.